Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of Brown's correspondence, notes, images and maps relating to his field work, papers of his second wife, Lilian Brown, drafts of unfinished autobiography, notes and illustrations for his scientific articles, records of his work for the museum, including exhibition halls, records of his commercial work as well as reports from his consulting work for the goverment. The collection also contains papers of Peter Kaisen who was a long-term Brown's assistant.
This collection consists of Childs Frick correspondence. The majority of the papers consern his relationship with the American Museum of Natural History while running the Frick Laboratory as well as his role as museum Trustee.
There is also Frick's correspondence with other scientists and institutions that deals with both research in paleontology and Frick's financial support of their activities.
A very small number of letters are of personal nature.
Correspondence relating to the relationship between Childs Frick and AMNH.
It includes the arrangements regarding Frick Laboratory as well as other dealings that Childs Frick had with the museum.
There are multiple records of funds payed by Childs Frick and Childs Frick Corporation to the American Museum of Natural History.